On Tuesday, David Warner finally ended his Test century drought with a double ton against South Africa in the second match of the series. In Melbourne, Warner not only scored a century, but converted it into a double ton, off just 254 balls.
A few innings after reaching the milestone, the opening batter had to retire hurt after sustaining an injury while celebrating the milestone in style.
Warner had cramps even before he hit 200 runs. However, the way he celebrated the milestone worsened his condition. He was also clutching his thighs as he sought medical attention. Eventually, however, the southpaw couldn’t keep playing and had to retire.
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After getting cramps several times, he eventually retired in pain at 200, helped off the field.
Warner will bat again on Day 3 of the second Test now that the day’s play is over. Hopefully, the opening batter will be ready to bat when the situation demands the next day.
After a lean run, the 36-year-old passed 8,000 Test runs – the eighth Australian to do so.
With the opposition bowlers tiring in the searing heat, he battled the elements and converted it to 200 to prove the doubters wrong.
In a test of endurance in the heat, he scored 16 fours and two sixes off 254 balls.
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